I stand in it and hear that people are very small and insects very large.
Rick Andrews is currently a student at Washington University in St. Louis, though not for much longer. He is originally from Boston, a town he now misses for the first time. When he’s not writing, he enjoys running around, thinking about the brain (and the things it does), and making things up in front of other people. His work has appeared, suddenly, seemingly out of nowhere—he’s as mystified about it as you are.
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- Molly Weigel"Le Roy du Sentiment" and "Spare the Snowman"
- Heidi Lynn StaplesFour psalms
- Tony Leuzzi"Gauze" and three more poems
- Peter SwansonTwo poems from a sonnet sequence on Hitchcock films
- Dianne Timblin"Still life with turnstile" and two more poems
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